피해자들은 목숨을 걸고, 아무도 귀찮게. 피해자들은 무죄. 그들은 young children. 그들은 교사였다.
And while there are fervent arguments taking place about guns and gun violence today, wiser heads know that the problems run deeper than that.
“There was no influence there, no positive influence, no guiding influence — and no one to say, '중지! What the hell are you doing?’” 말했다 William J. 베넷 to Fox News Digital in a phone interview on Tuesday about the Uvalde school shooter and some of the other recent school shooters in America.
Bennett is a former Secretary of Education in the Reagan administration, was the nation’s first drug czar under President George H.W. Bush and is a standout voice on cultural, political and educational issues.
Bennett noted that the gunmen in these school shootings “tend to come from dysfunctional” 배경, in nearly all cases.
He reflected that Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York, 여러 해 전에, 말했다 “the biggest change he saw while serving in the Senate for 36 years was — all over Europe and Western Europe and North America — the decline of the family,” said Bennett. “That was the most consequential decline.”
“He also said,” added Bennett, “that one thing is true in all civilizations: Boys need men as fathers. You can’t raise boys without men.”
과 “알 잖아, we see that every day.”